It is the established right of an Auditor to use the exact Correction List to repair a specific auditing action, when required.
An Auditor does not have to obtain C/S OK to do a Correction List for a specific auditing action so long as the Auditor has a legal Qual Okay to Audit that specific Correction List.
An Auditor is expected to take a Pc who has red tagged back into session immediately and handle with the right Correction List for that process or rundown, or as authorized in the original HCO B 23 Aug 71, “Auditor’s Rights”.
It is strictly forbidden for an Auditor or any other Auditor to take a Pc back into session without C/S clearance, after the fact of a second red tag. The Auditor has only one chance to repair the Pc with the right Correction List. If this does not handle, the Pc is still red tagged and the folder must be gotten to the C/S fast and the Out Tech corrected within 24 hours of the original red tag.
The earlier issue of this Bulletin which permitted Auditors to count auditing hours lost on a salvage red tag session is cancelled.
Additionally, if a red tag pc is not handled immediately by the Auditor concerned, the existing penalty of loss of the auditing hours which resulted in the Red Tag session is doubled. For example, if the Auditor audited a 2 hour session, he is penalized 4 hours if he fails to take his Pc straight back into session.
This double penalty is purely for the Auditor concerned and does not affect or change other penalties connected — the Examiner’s 24 Hour Rule per HCO PL 8 Sept 70R and the Paid Comps penalty per HCO B 30 Aug 71 RC, Rev. 6 Feb 74.
The intention here is to increase Auditor responsibility for the preclear and eradicate the incidence of Out Tech.
Qual Secs must get in on Policy daily HGC Auditor and Interne study, TRs and drills period. This will eradicate Out Tech and increase daily stats. Continuous restudy, TRs and drills, done on a daily basis, will create a crack team of Auditors. The datum that the number of times over the materials equals certainty and results still stands. If an Auditor is not flubless to his Class of training, Superliterate or not, he has areas of misunderstoods and nonapplication to be found and handled.
The first responsibility of an Auditor is his preclear and getting that preclear through, by application of flubless tech.